The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to decide the issue of whether states can be compelled, against the will of the people and their elected representatives, to accept sodomy-based marriage.
Voters in 31 states went to the polls to enshrine natural marriage in their state constitutions. The legislatures in another 13 states passed laws expressly forbidding recognition of homosexual marriages.
While legislatures in a small number of states have legalized same-sex marriage in their jurisdictions, only 4.5% of the American people live in states where the people themselves, at the ballot box, have endorsed marriages based on the infamous crime against nature.
The rest of the 36 states where homosexuals can now get married have had same-sex marriage imposed on them by activist judges who have callously disenfranchised the 48 million people who voted for natural marriage at the ballot box.
Given the 4-4 ideological divide on the nine-member Supreme Court, the issue now will be decided by one black-robed activist, Anthony Kennedy, who has written the most rabidly pro-homosexual opinions in the Court’s history.
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